STEAMpunking Linux: The Physical Computing Stack

Steampunk Conference Personality Identification Device

Rob “drtorq” Reilly

Combining steampunk with Linux and single board computers like the Raspberry Pi automatically seems like an idea fraught with cool possibilities. So does the bigger picture, which Reilly hits on in this […]

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OnlyOffice: A FOSS Office Suite for the Cloud

OnlyOffice

Tatiana Kochedykova

If you’re looking for a free and open source replacement for the convenience and functionality offered by the likes of Google Docs and Office 365, you might want to take a look at […]

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Tiny Core Linux 7.1: Big Where It Counts

Tiny Core Linux 7.1 network

Jesse Smith

There’s an old cliché that promises “big things come in small packages.” Our reviewer takes a look at Tiny Core Linux and finds a lot of wallop in its 16MB size.

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A Usability Study of GNOME

GNOME logo

Gina Dobrescu and Jim Hall

“Thou shalt make thy program’s purpose and structure clear … for thy creativity is better used in solving problems than in creating beautiful new impediments to understanding.” ~ “The Ten […]

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Why We Need FOSS Force

Robin ‘Roblimo’ Miller

Our guest writer offers his views on why you should support FOSS Force with your contribution to our Indiegogo fundraising campaign.

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